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LONDON -- British lawmakers voted Tuesday to allow gay and lesbian couples to wed, siding with majority opinion in the country but exposing major divisions within the ruling Conservative Party. Nearly seven hours of debate in Parliament culminated in...
Tags: Iran, Marriage, Religion and Belief, Politics, Civil Rights
FrameworkIn Tuesday's Pictures in the News: Emergency personnel respond to a 28-vehicle pileup in northern Greece; French soldiers keep watch near Diabaly, Mali; snowy scenes in Canada and Scotland; British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's cat, Freya,...
Change of Subject“It is time for the British people to have their say,” [British Prime Minister David] Cameron said, acknowledging that support for the EU is “wafer thin” in Britain....from the Toronto Star's coverage of Cameron's speech I can't...
LONDON -- In a long-awaited speech, Prime Minister David Cameron pledged Wednesday to hold a referendum by the end of 2017 on whether Britain should stay in the European Union, saying it was time to renegotiate a relationship that has become too...
LONDON – Championing a cause eschewed by fellow conservatives elsewhere, the British government said Tuesday it will sponsor a bill to allow same-sex couples to marry, including in churches, synagogues and mosques that look favorably on such unions....
The Hartford CourantA gunman's brutal act in Newtown shattered a sunny December morning, forever changing the lives of many Connecticut families and inducing an international avalanche of horrified grief, anger and compassion. Twenty of the victims were children, most of...
CNNLONDON -- The Australian radio station that made a prank call to a UK hospital that apparently resulted in the death of a nurse says it will donate at least 500,000 Australian dollars (US$524,000) to a fund for the nurse's family. Jacintha Saldanha...
British police and army agents aided in the assassination of a Belfast attorney in front of his wife and three children more than two decades ago, but there was no “overarching state conspiracy” to kill him, say the findings of an...
A U.S. Supreme Court decision to review the constitutionality of laws restricting marriage to heterosexual couples has raised hopes among gays and lesbians in the United States that their right to marry might soon be legally recognized, allowing them to...
CAIRO -- The Algerian military on Thursday launched a raid to retake a natural gas complex from Islamic militants who seized the compound a day earlier and took scores of hostages, including Americans, Britons and Japanese. Conflicting reports of...
Tags: News Agency, Politics, National Government, Government, BP Plc
LONDON — Two police officers and a journalist were arrested in Britain on Thursday on suspicion of corruption in the ongoing police inquiry into phone hacking by News Corp. tabloids and related scandals. A London Metropolitan police statement...
Tags: Politics, Government, News Corp., Journalism, United Kingdom
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algerian bomb squads searched a gas refinery laced with mines on Monday, looking for more explosive traps a day after the discovery of more bodies throughout the site raised the toll from the terrorist siege well past 80....
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